Amorphous metals are often referred to as metallic glasses due to their quenched atomic disorder. Do they fracture in the same fashion as silicate glasses? If not, what failure mode(s) do they have?
From memory of working in this area a long time ago, "amorphous metals" aren't really amorphous in the sense that silicate glasses are. They are really crystalline but with a very small grain size and rather disordered grain boundaries. If so they will almost certainly fracture at grain boundaries.
Did you have a particular metal in mind? I'm quite prepared to believe truly amorphous metals have been developed since I was working in the area.